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Pinot Noir Yarra Valley

... vintage of our quacking collaboration pinot is coming in like a ... season and gifted this lovely Yarra drop with spades of lifted ...
  • Yarra Valley

$99 / 6 pack

$16.50

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Sometimes it takes not a hero, but a rage-against-the-machine mafioso kingpin to liberate a pond that's been muddied by dubious characters. Enter The Don.
  • Yarra Valley

$180 / 6 pack

$30.00

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Hand-picked pinotey goodness from a kickass boutique producer. These guys source some of the best fruit from the best vineyards across Victoria, and treat it with more TLC than you give your own children. The result is ...
  • Yarra Valley

$204 / 12 pack

$34 $17.00

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Let's be honest here: when you come across a 'celebrity wine' it's more often than not a bit rubbish. They're just cashing in on a famous name to push a product. This one's a little bit different. How?
  • Oregon

$359.4 / 6 pack

$105 $59.90

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“If something stands out for its individual personality, we take a small parcel and bottle it separately under our 'Single Block Release' label” - The guys at Yabby Lake on how they highlight their best of the best.
  • Mornington Peninsula

$270 / 3 pack

$100 $90.00

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Feeling tawny? This Dark Angel from Lou Miranda is here to satisfy all your darkest fortified fantasies. It's well equipped too, with 96 points from Wine Showcase and 94 from Sam Kim. More importantly, it's smooth and ...
  • Barossa Valley

$119.4 / 6 pack

$42 $19.90

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The Northern Rhône is arguably where syrah reaches its fullest potential. The wines are both powerful and perfumed, commanding and charming, rich and silky. This granite-grown drop shows that classic sweet/savoury ...
  • Rhone Valley

$210 / 6 pack

$70 $35.00

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Gérald Lafont may consult to a host of wineries in the Rhône, but his heart lies with the family vineyard in Rhone's Lirac. This is where his father Yvon showed a young Gérald the ropes.
  • Rhone Valley

$150 / 6 pack

$50 $25.00

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Kickass Kili have done it again. Their inimitable Golden Hillside shiraz is a firm 'fo fave, and consistently one of the fastest selling vinos we bring in. Not surprising, really. Rambunctious cherries and ...
  • Clare Valley

$180 / 12 pack

$44 $15.00

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If this isn't a bottleful of frisky, we don't know what is. Plush, sultry Barossa fruit, enrobed by 13 months in 50% new French hogsheads, this has the kind of seductive aromas that make your hair stand on end. That's ...
  • Barossa Valley

$179.4 / 6 pack

$60 $29.90

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There's no wine more Aussie than a shiraz cabernet, or in this case, a cabernet shiraz. We like the grapes plenty on their own, it stands to reason a blend would suit us just fine too. Happily, they work together ...
  • King Valley

$180 / 12 pack

$44 $15.00

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Big, ballsy, plush Southern Rhône red, this one. They've been making wine in Nîmes for over two millennia, so they've had a little while to perfect their craft. Joyful black berries and cherries, sweet baking spices and ...
  • Rhone Valley

$180 / 12 pack

$30 $15.00

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Ever heard of Torbreck? Yeah, thought so. Well, this shiraz has been described by Ian Hongell, winemaker, as their “most structured… from a lot of ironstone soils”. Maybe it's just me, but anything grown in ironstone ...
  • Barossa Valley

$375 / 3 pack

$125.00

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The bush vines that produced the mataro are 117 years old. How's that for old vine?! And while the shiraz is somewhat younger at a plucky 23 years, the two balance each-other marvellously here. The plump, luscious and ...
  • Barossa Valley

$210 / 6 pack

$97 $35.00

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Perfectly ripe red cherry and strawberry, dried herbs and oh-so-soft spices, black pepper and cocoa, accompanied by terracotta tannins. Brightly juicy fruit that's clearly enjoyed some Aussie sunshine is swaddled in all ...
  • King Valley

$99 / 6 pack

$16.50

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Elevation is the name of the game for acidity and structure in this warm part of the world. These grapes, grown at 390m above sea level, get the full benefit of cooler nights in the rarified air. Cooler nights up there ...
  • Eden Valley

$150 / 12 pack

$35 $12.50

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We have the United States to thank for many incredible things: hamburgers, drive-thru cinemas, country music, and these simply staggering pinot noirs from California and Oregon.
  • Various

$3 pack - 60.0 AUD / BTL

$260.0 $180.00

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The first Homeless Grapes Project started in 2015 with one little Facebook post. Jock Harvey, from Chalk Hill Wines, posted that he had a surplus block of grapes and anyone was welcome to them if they made a donation to ...
  • Yarra Valley

$150 / 6 pack

$25.00

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To make such premium multi-vintage sparkling wine requires skill, a harmonious blend of conditions culminating in delicate base wines, experienced palates to bring them together to ideally complement each other (like ...
  • Yarra Valley

$99 / 6 pack

$16.50

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Mimi Flamingo may be a premium chardonnay, but that's not to say she's without attitude. She's a hand-picked, whole-bunch-pressed sass machine. Mimi epitomises everything we hold dear here at the 'fo - good wine, made by ...
  • Yarra Valley

$180 / 6 pack

$30.00

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If you spend a bare minimum on cologne or perfume, you may find a pearl - but you're likely to end up with something really stanky. The same's not true for wine at the 'fo, and this gris is a perfect case in point. This ...
  • Limestone Coast

$108 / 12 pack

$26 $9.00

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It seems like anything they grow in the Adelaide Hills is effortlessly elegant. Hell, I reckon even the cabbages up there wear elbow-length black gloves and smoke cigarettes in foot-long bakelite holders. While this gris ...
  • Adelaide Hills

$150 / 6 pack

$25.00

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... “Golden Hillside” is in Clare Valley at all. The riz they ... high the vineyards of Clare Valley can get, surely those planted ...
  • Clare Valley

$138 / 12 pack

$26 $11.50

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Pitch-perfect Oregon chardonnay from André Mack, the man voted America's Best Young Sommelier. After ditching the finance industry for the winemaking, André has gone from strength to strength making wine and some of the ...
  • Oregon

$329.4 / 6 pack

$90 $54.90

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... majesty of those tear-jerkingly expensive pinots, but at a not-even-comparable price. ... Seriously, if you like great pinot, this is a smashing side-step. ...
  • Beaujolais

$6 pack - 30.83 AUD / BTL

$335.0 $185.00

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... fantastic look into the Rhone Valley and their GSM-based blends, as ...
  • Rhone Valley

$6 pack - 22.5 AUD / BTL

$247.0 $135.00

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The first Homeless Grapes Project started in 2015 with one little Facebook post. Jock Harvey, from Chalk Hill Wines, posted that he had a surplus block of grapes and anyone was welcome to them if they made a donation to ...
  • Hunter Valley

$150 / 6 pack

$25.00

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Semillon's often known for being a spiky and somewhat hard to approach youth, offering searing acidity and not a huge amount else until it reaches a ripe old age. Not so here, thankfully. This bright number has all the ...
  • Hunter Valley

$118.8 / 12 pack

$22 $9.90

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Another outstanding rosé from this maker, made from sangiovese and looking sharp. Dry, crisp and clean, it's perfect warm-weather drinking with juicy raspberry, cherry and watermelon, plus savoury spice and cleansing ...
  • King Valley

$118.8 / 12 pack

$25 $9.90

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No Stupid Questions: Where do I start in the Yarra Valley?

... tour de palate of the Yarra Valley, for our mofo Marion who ... taste the region's signature varieties: pinot, chardonnay and cabernet, and share ...

A long weekend wine guide to Willamette Valley, Oregon

... an American mecca for pinot noir, Oregon's Willamette Valley is undoubtedly it. Known ...

48 hours in Sonoma County, California

... the planet's heard of Napa Valley, but fewer recognise the riches ... for chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, and pinot noir - although merlot and zinfandel ...

A road trip to the Yarra Valley

When it comes to day trips in wine country, one of the first regions that springs to mind is the Yarra Valley… and for good reason.

Top 5 Dog Friendly Wineries in the Yarra Valley

We've put together a list of our favourite dog-friendly wineries in the Yarra Valley, so you can have your wine and bring your doggy too!

No Stupid Questions: Is tempranillo just pinot on steroids?

Is tempranillo just pinot noir on steroids? Eddie and Tim, dive into the similarities and differences between two of our favourite grapes that had a mofo wondering... what's the bloody difference?

American wine is actually good

... taste buds. And from Willamette pinot noir to Californian zinfandel and Washington ...

Ben Leen's Central Otago

... , capable of producing world class pinot noir alongside swathes of aromatic white. ...

A toast to Aussie pinot noir

Your mileage may vary and one the the greatest things about wine is just getting out there and trying different wines and making up your own mind. You know w...

The mofo guide to chardonnay

... from the Yarra (elegance and citrus), or the fuller-bodied Hunter Valley beauts ...

Behind the Wine: Dylan McMahon of Seville Estate

Seville Estate, what can we say? One of the founding wineries of the Yarra Valley, Halliday Winery of the Year 2019 and a newly renovated site which is home...

VIDEO: 60 seconds with Steve Webber & Leanne De Bortoli

A powerhouse winemaking duo Steve Webber and Leanne De bortoli from the Yarra Valley.

Destination: Tamar Valley

Sitting on the boot of our rental car, passing around a bottle of pinot and some sandy cheese, we knew we were in a pretty fortunate position. Waves rolled o...

What's the perfect food match for pinot gris and pinot grigio?

... the food pairings for pinot grigio and pinot gris are as different ...

Pinot gris vs pinot grigio - what's the flavour profile?

Let's dig deeper and get into the flavour profiles of gris and grigio. One's richer and riper, while the other is cleaner and lighter - which one's which? We'll let our Mofo Summa explain...

What's the difference between Burgundy and pinot?

What's the difference between Burgundy and pinot? You might be surprised by the answer. Our Mofo Nic explains.

What's the difference between pinot gris and pinot grigio?

Gris and grigio, same-same but different right? It's quite a simple answer really and it all comes down to region. Our Mofo Summa explains...

Your weekend wine guide to Columbia Valley, Washington

... sees more sun than Napa Valley. It would take far longer ... most famous subregions: Walla Walla Valley, Horse Heaven Hills, and Yakima ...

Adventures in food and wine: Hunter Valley

On our most recent trip to the Hunter Valley, we asked some of the region's best winemakers what they loved most about this iconic region.

Behind the scenes: Hunter Valley Homeless Grapes Project

... launching our first ever Hunter Valley Homeless Grapes Semillon 2019 today ...

On the road - Part I: Loire Valley

The Loire Valley is one of France's most important wine regions. It's the fourth largest AOC winemaking region in the country with 63,000 ha of wine growing are

48 hours in the King Valley

When it comes to Italian varietals, I'm like a moth to a flame and the King Valley is my favourite region to burn two days. Just 3.5 hours from Melbourne, I'...

No stupid questions: Is a leggy wine better?

... of War Shiraz, Duck Sauce Pinot, a dash of vodka and ...

Different styles of pinot in New Zealand

New Zealand's worldwide wine reputation is pretty much synonymous with sauvignon blanc — but what you might not know is that the little country in the middle...

A Wine Bar Crawl Across Melbourne

Wine bars are Melbourne's lifeblood. Pumping low-intervention pinot through the not-so-secret laneways of the city's sprawling neighbourhoods. It's both deli...

Fresh Kiwi vino (other than pinot)

It was a ski holiday to New Zealand that first got me curious about Kiwi red wines. In preparation for my trip, I was super keen to get a sniff of what was i...

Behind the wine: Margan Wines

Go behind-the-scenes with Andrew and Lisa Margan of Hunter Valley stalwart, Margan Wines.

The mofo guide to Southern Rhône | French wine regions

It's time to continue with our overview of the Rhône Valley, which for the sake of vinous clarity, we have split into two distinct sections - the north and t...

Behind the Wine: Adam Foster of Syrahmi

From country Victoria to Rhone Valley and back, we recently caught up with Adam Foster to chat about his impressive journey...

A weekend in the Barossa

Australia's most recognisable wine region is undoubtedly the Barossa Valley. Blockbuster shiraz from these vines has made waves around the world.

On the road - Part II: Chinon

Chinon is a gorgeous little town set on the banks of Vienne River at the intersection of the Anjou/Saumur and Touraine wine regions of the Loire Valley aroun...

Wine down under: Hobart and Coal River Valley

Here are a few gems worth uncovering all in the name of inner pleasure...

Good Hunting - Exploring the Hunter Valley

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Alice Rule's Marlborough

... and stoney soils and unique valleys and peaks combine to make ...

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